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Are Computer RPG's About to Make a Comeback?

Updated: Nov 11, 2019

If there is one thing that I've felt was lacking in the world of computer gaming, was quality top-down RPG games in the vein of Legend of Zelda, Old School Final Fantasy and of course the kind of all DnD based computer games, Baldur's Gate.

New enhanced editions on Steam really renewed interest in the series, despite a neat death with the release of Sword Coast Legends, a potential multiplayer DnD game that had a lot of hype at launch but failed to deliver on any repeat playability. It has since been removed from all storefronts.

Because of this top-down RPG's haven't had a lot of luck over the last decade with a few notable exceptions such as Wasteland 2 (the Fallout we deserve, fight me) and Divinity: Original Sin II. Both phenomenal games with the latter bringing back to life the world of Baldur's Gate and I couldn't be happier. This is a genre of computer game that needs a serious boost.

Larian Studios is going for gold with their new teaser trailer released today!

From Larian Studios YouTube Channel

Developed by the creators of Divinity: Original Sin 2, Baldur's Gate III is the official next adventure in the venerable Baldur's Gate series. The teaser trailer shows a return of a malevolent presence to Baldur's Gate, intent on devouring it from the inside out, corrupting everything that remains in the Forgotten Realms. The fate of the Forgotten Realms lies in your hands.

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